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problem. the house bill would force the approval of the keystone pipeline from canada to texas. it's a construction project which the president has effectively the put on hold past the election because because of objections by environmentalists by sending it back for further review. and the president has said that he would reject a bill with the pipeline provision in it. reject means veto if it passed and came to him. >> yeah. it's certainly a very contentious project, obviously. you have jobs energy the environment all wrapped up in that project. bill, what are the chances that a deal gets done between president and the congress before they're supposed to go on break this week? >> probably not by the week's end. the leadership in both houses has told members that they are likely to be in session this weekend. the senate will probably vote on the bill which the house is expected to pass today just to show that it can't pass the senate with the pipeline provision in it. then sometime later this week or this weekend, two houses will get down to figuring out how
mexico and the texas panel handle. fast-falling snow whipped by furious. 40-mile-per-hour winds made a dangerous situation turn deadly. >> four people were killed and two seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident in eastern new mexico near the texas border. authorities believe heavy snow and high winds are to blame. the storm is also being blamed for two deaths in colorado when a van lost control on an icy highway with snow and wind that obscured the western landscape, the southwest snowstorm made its way east to kansas. in garden city to the west, the storm slammed the heartland's highways, affecting cars, suvs and tractor-trailers alike, all left stranded along the road. the blizzard started monday in new mexico, forcing the closure of multiple inner state around the town of ratone. >> they told us it's whiteout conditions. >> more than 50 miles of i-25 were closed north from tan sa faye to colorado. >> even if they get past any of our checkpoints, they can't see. visibility is so poor that it makes it impossible to pass through that area. >> reporter: the pre-christmas winter bl
texas cut for another year. democrats want it lowered even further to 3.1%. democrat jim mcgovern. >> i am not sure if my colleagues understand how americans are struggling, what feels like to be out of work. >> reporter: unemployment insurance is the other major sticking point. democrats want to maintain benefits at their current level of 99 weeks, an all-time hail and democrats want it scaled back to 9 weeks in january and 59 weeks by mid 2012. republican david dreier. >> our goal is to encourage reemployment of our fellow americans who are having a difficult time trying to make end's meet. >> reporter: then the clash over how to pay for all of that. democrats want 1.9% surtax on millionaires, while republicans want to impose a federal worker pay freeze for another year. and charge higher rates for mortgages backed by fannie mae and foreheareddie mac. if all that isn't enough to divide the two sides, president about him is giving the government 60 days to aimprove or reject the construction of the controversial pipeline from canada to texas. the president wanted to wait to make that d
seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident in eastern new mexico near the texas border. authorities believe heavy snow and high winds are to blame. the storm is also being blamed for two deaths in colorado when a van lost control on an icy highway, with snow and wind and obscured the midwestern landscape, the southwest snow storm made its way east to kansas. in garden city, to the west, the storm slammed the heartland's highways affecting cars, suvs and tractor trailers alike all left stranded along the road. the blizzard started monday in new mexico, forcing the closure of multiple interstates around the town of ratone. >> they told us it's whiteout conditions. >> reporter: more than 150 mile of i-25 from santa fe to north colorado. >> even if they get past any of our checkpoints, they can't see. visibility is so poor that it makes it impossible to pass through that area. >> reporter: the prechristmas winter blast whipped through parts of texas and oklahoma where forecasters say up to 16 inches could fall on the panhandle by the end of today, bringing with it up to 35-mile-per-hour winds.
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,000 cattle were sold off in texas which means your hamburger prices even if you don't live in the south went up. >> up next is the wallow fire in arizona. >> biggest wildfire in arizona's history. the good news about that one, more good news, places where they had good fire management and forest management didn't suffer as badly in places where they didn't manage the forest well. >> seems like a long time ago. july, terrible heat wave. every state hit a record of some kind during that month. what happened? >> you only have to say texas. a hundred days above a hundred degrees in texas. can you imagine living through that? that wasn't just a u.s. phenomenon. a global phenomenon. that is only going to get worse. >> then hurricane irene which a lot of people remember as unfortunate because it wasn't the wind from irene, it was the rain and the flooding from irene. >> right. that's the part we didn't really quite understand. the rain from that and the flooding and the backing up of that flooding created a lot of problems in vermont and new york. it shut down new york. first time all of the transi
to approve or reject the construction of the controversial keystone xl pipeline from canada to texas. the president wanted to wait to make that decision until 2013, but republicans say the pipeline will create thousands of jobs. rebecca. >> so, nancy, does congress actually go home without resolving this? is there a chance of that? >> a tactic that house republicans have used before is to pass a bill, send it to the senate and say, here's our plan, take it or leave it. we're going home. but what the senate democrats are doing now to try to prevent that is holding up a spending bill, refusing to sign off on it. this is a spending bill that would fund the government for the next nine months, but this is a very high stakes game of chicken, rebecca, the government is set to run out of funding on friday. >> you also have this high-profile election taking place right now. cbs' nancy cordes on capitol hill, thanks so much. >>> speaking of that election and the race for the white house this morning, there are signs that newt gingrich is starting to pull ahead of the pact. >> pretty extraordi
. not every soldier was finding it easy to let go. sergeant david from harlingen, texas, lost 13 friends in the fighting here. >> some of my dearest friends, so many specialists, just right now come to me and hit me hard. >> reporter: most like lieutenant jennifer farland couldn't wait to get started. >> a little overwhelming, but we're watching history in the making. going to be pretty magical when we cross the border. >> reporter: the final installation left 2:30 sunday morning for the 5,110 mile drive. dawn has just broken over southern iraq and we are approaching the border into kuwait. this is the next to the last vehicle of the u.s. convoy out of iraq. just a medevac unit is behind us. the soldiers are moments away from successfully accomplishing their last mission of the iraq war, getting out safely. for those waiting on the other side of the gate, it was time to celebrate. the first of the welcome parties waiting for the troops on their long way home. >> get there christmas eve, early in the morning. and see my wife and my son. >> reporter: there were no casualties on the last co
side. >> it looks cold out there but it is cold. >> it's cold to you because you are from texas. >> i'm betty nguyen in for rebecca jarvis. >> i'm russ mitchell. >>> jerry sandusky's wife could also be charged because she allegedly did not stop him. >>> also in explosive new charges, the president of the amateur union is being charged with abusing two athletes. >>> first, though, we begin with the republican race for the white house. with the clock ticking down on the iowa caucuses, the candidates meet tonight in des moines for another debate. cbs news national correspondent dean reynolds is there with details. good morning, dean. >> reporter: good morning, betty. well, every time the candidates engage each other is important, but now with the caucuses barely three weeks away, tonight's debate could be critical. for the front-runner and everyone else. before he can get much enjoyment out of his position at the head of the republican pact, newt gingrich is drawing fire. >> there is the 37 million dollars gingrich took from health and industry groups. >> reporter: his veneer of inevitab
-up storms could be in florida but the concern is parts of texas. i think the rain/snow line just misses dallas but it is going to be a little sloppy and definitely wet in houston. to the west, though, we are going to see some accumulating snow so the problem is going to be in parts of west texas and into new mexico where you are going to be dealing with the snow. take it easy and make sure everybody has a safe hanukkah and gets ready for a nice safe christmas. >>> how sweet is rebecca jarvis? she brought in a huge tray of cookies so that is what i'm going to eat. so right now let's toss it back to the very trim rebecca. >> thank you, john. i don't know if those cookies are going to fall in line with next segment we have coming up but they did taste good. eat this, not that. how to make the smart choices! even when you're at a fabulous holiday party or maybe here with us here at "the early show" and i brought in cookie and you're enjoying them a lot this this morning. this is "the early show" on cbs. at daisy, our family-owned company... has focused on making the best-tasting... sour cre
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to let go. sergeant david salcedo from texas lost 13 friends in the fighting here. >> some of my dearest friends, specialist palacios specialist norquist specialist bradley hit me hard. >> lieutenant jennifer farland couldn't wait to get started. >> a little overwhelming, but we're watching history in the making. so it will be pretty magical when we cross the border. >> reporter: the final u.s. installation left at 2:30 sunday morning for the 110-mile drive. >> dawn has just broken over southern iraq and we're now approaching the border into kuwait. this is the next to last vehicle of the u.s. convoy out of iraq just a medevac unit is behind us. the soldiers here are now just moments away from successfully accomplishing their last mission of the iraq war, getting out safely. >> for those waiting on the other side of the gate it was time to celebrate. the first of the welcome party's waiting for the troops on their long way home. >> get there christmas eve early in the morning and see my wife and my son. >> there were no casualties on the last convoy which leav
. >> coming up, in ft. hood, texas, they have been waiting for their family to come home. >>> first, a sad story. eight u.s. army soldiers in afghanistan face a possible corporate marshal in a disturbing hazing case. >> they are suspected badgering a fellow soldier about his chinese american background and justice correspondent bob orr has the story use the body of u.s. private danny chen was found october 3rd in a guard tower in kandahar, another casualty of the war in afghanistan. the army says the 19-year-old soldier died of what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot but military prosecutors accused eight of chen's fellow soldiers of contributing to his death. chen's platoon leader is charged with eight counts of dereliction of duty. charges against the other seven soldiers range from making false statements to negligent homicide and involuntary manslaughter. chen's family said he was vim timized by relent less bullying and mocked and called jackie chen and reportedly had rocks thrown at him while being dragged across the barrack's floor. >> danny chen died after this harsh treatment
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insider, as we heard from senator coburn. some questions about his leadership. so yesterday, texas governor rick perry is even getting into the act, trying to woo some of cain's people with a page on his website saying that he now is the only true washington outsider in the race. also mitt romney, a businessman, may appeal to some of those cain voters. like cain, he has that executive experience. cain supporters they say really like that and are going to take a look at romney. rebecca? >> good point. jan crawford from washington, thanks so much. >>> and as jan mentioned, all the candidates are going after cain supporters in iowa, where the race has been wide open for months. >> john dickerson is in des moines this morning, and he is joining us along with "time" magazine columnist joe klein, who wrote a cover story on mitt romney this week. good morning to both of you. joe, the cover story is called, why doesn't anybody like me, talking about mitt romney. at this point, 0 to 100, what are the chances mitt romney is not the nominee? >> oh, i can't do that. i mean, really. look, the c
his leadership. yesterday, texas governor rick perry is getting into act and trying to woo some of cain's people saying on his website he is the only true washington outsider in the race. also mitt romney, a businessman, may appeal to some of those cain voters. like cain, he has the executive experience and cain supporters like that and are going to take a look at romney. >> good point. cbs' jan crawford in washington, thanks so much. as jan mentioned all of the candidates are going after cain's supporters in iowa where the race has been wide open for months. >> political director john dickerson is in iowa and he joins us along with "time" magazine columnist joe klein who wrote "time "cover on mitt romney this week. the cover of the magazine says "why don't they like me "why is romney not the nominee? >> i can't do that. most people in iowa will change their minds twice between now and january 3rd. it's hard to predict these things. what we know is the vast majority of republicans have been dissatisfied with mitt romney from the very start. he has been stuck at about 25% and he
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in colorado, texas, new mexico, kansas and oklahoma remain closed. drivers are asked to stay at home. >>> and there was damaging testimony this morning against tv host piers morgan in the phone hacking investigation. in london today a former journalist who worked with morgan said morgan must have known about the hacking at "the daily mirror." morgan who was the former editor took the stand and admitted he heard voicemails of paul mccartney now left for his ex-wife and offered this defense. >> not a single person has made any formal or legal complaint against "the daily mirror" about hacking. not one. >> but on the stand today, james hitwell who has been convicted in the scandal gave >>> this morning the faa is announcing new airline regulations to reduce pilot fatigue. the rules were inspired by the 2009 colgan air crash near buffalo that killed 50 people. >> former ntsb mark rosenker joins us this morning. good to see you. >> good to see you, as well. >> pilot fatigue not determined to be the sole factor in the colgan air crash, how did it lead to the investigation? >> the board too
. >> texas governor rp used this question as an opportunity to take a not so subtle shot at gingrich. #. >> if you will cheat on your wife rks if you will cheat on your spouse then why wouldn't you cheat on your business partner or why wouldn't you cheat on anybody for that matter? >> gring [delete] gingrich ae public opponent were also talk [delete] attack g him for using his washington contact s to pad his personal bank account. >> we know that bee [delete] he has taken over $1 hn million. his officer [delete] offices are on the ready [delete] rodeo street. [k] >> reporter: michele bachmann street the [delete]. # >> rick, i tell you what. $10,000? $10,000 bet? >> i'm not in the betting business. but i'll -- >> oh, ok. >> reporter: at a campaign appearance, romney continued to hammer perry on the bet. >> the fact that i would bet $10,000 is a little out of the ordinary. yeah. having an extra $10,000 that you can throw down on a bet, that seems very out of the ordinary. >> romney tried to brush it off at an appearance in new hampshire yesterday. >> after the debate was over, ann came
somewhat above the fray texas governor rick perry, also on a bus tour, argued elves the true conservative. why would you settle for anything less than an authentic conservative who will fight for your views and values without apology? >> reporter: now all these candidates will be crisscrossing the state this week, meeting with voters and dropping in on diners coffee shops. romney has an event here later this morning in muscatine and then he goes off to other cities in iowa and it's all in the hopes of a strong finish for the first state for voting in 2012. >> jan, i want to talk about mitt romney for a second. he focused all of his attention for the most part, on new hampshire and the other primary states and avoided iowa. with his last-second retail pliking push there to make himself available to the people of iowa. why the sudden shift? >> reporter: these candidates try to say iowa doesn't matter. the pundits say it doesn't reflect the broader iowa population. but in the end it is the first state and the candidates can't stay away. no one has made it
drifts up to ten feet. parts of highways in colorado, texas, new mexico, kansas, and oklahoma remain closed. drivers are asked to stay at home. >>> there was damaging testimony this morning against tv host piers morgan in the phone hacking investigation. in london todayal journalist who worked with morgan said morgan must have known about the hacking at "the daily mirror" morgan admitted he heard voice mails of paul mccartney left for his now ex-wife heather mills and offered this defense. >> you also know not a single person has made any formal or legal complaint against "the daily mirror" for phone hacking, not one. >> on the stand today, hitwell gave contradictory testimony. he was asked if any way morgan could not have known about the hacking. >> looking at his style of leadership, i would say that it was very unlikely that he didn't know that it was going on because, as i've said, he was -- there wasn't very much he didn't -- he didn't know about. >> morgan's testimony was given under oath and he could face criminal charges if he is violated any british laws. >>> if you have put
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and texas an early winter storm heads east. promising several inches of snow. >>> president obama goes to kansas to lash out republican economics saying it's putting the middle class at risk zblchlts new polls show newt gingrich picking up more support. a closer look at the gop presidential race. >>> and alec baldwin booted off a plane for not shutting off his smartphone. he couldn't stop playing words with friends. >>> and good wednesday to you. i'm erica hill. >> and i'm chris wragge. >> nice to be sitting next to you. >> talk about this weather heading our way. a winter blast coming to the east coast. right now, there's snow falling as far south as memphis, tennessee, this same storm caused trouble in the southeast earl earlier this week. >> from north carolina all of the way up to maine, in areas that don't get snow will get a lot of rain. which is not going to be pretty. lonnie quinn of our wcbs tv. >> let's get right to the big satellite and radar picture. look, you can take a peek here and you see there's one game in town on the eastern portion of the country. we have a lot of r
representative darryl isa followed by texas representative michael mccall who is worth $380 million. representative jane harmon, $326 million. senator john kerry of massachusetts ranks fourth with $231 million. and senator mark warner of virginia is worth $192 million. >>> the obama administration says it is still considering whether or not to allow yemens in salai into the u.s. for treatment. the white house denied a "new york times" report that he could arrive at a new york hospital as soon as the end of this week. britain's prince philip left the hospital this morning. queen elizabeth's husband waved to reporters as he was being driven away there. he spent four nights in the hospital after a successful coronary stent procedure for a blocked artery. he returned to the queen's private estate to join the rest of the family members for the holidays. >>> and saints' quarterback drew brees has broken a record that stood for 27 years. pretty extraordinary stuff. last night against the falcons on his very last pass, a 9-yard touchdown to darren sproles, he set the record for most passing
's a frontrunner will face scrutiny. a scathing new ad by texas congressman ron paul shows opponents have a lot of ground for attack. >> he's flipped and flopped based on who's paying him. >> he's demonstrating himself to be the very essence of the washington insiders. >> it's about serial hypocrisy. >> reporter: now, gingrich is going to be hit hard for his ties to corporate interest. the ethics allegations and charges he's faced when he's speaker of the house. even his personal relationship, his adulterous affairs. so, this ad just shows what he's got to face in the weeks ahead and his opponents are ready to attack to start eroding that frontrunner status. jeff, erica. >> they face intense scrutiny. any frontrunner, anybody running for office. when it comes to herman cain what is the thinking as to whether or not he could survive this and continue on with a campaign? he's saying he's not done yet. >> well, even his, only really his die-hard supporters and his campaign staff think he can stay in this race. everyone else is saying they believe he is done. but people close to cain say they think
and new super-convenient chewable tablets! after dumping snow and ice in new mexico and texas, an early winter storm now heads east, promising heavy rain and several inches of snow. we will check the forecast. >>> president obama goes to red state kansas to lash out at republican economics saying it's putting the middle class at risk. we will have more on the president's populous message. >>> new polls showing newt gingrich picking up more support beating mitt romney and we will take a closer look at the gop presidential race. >>> alec baldwin booted off a plane for is not shutting off his smart phone. he said he couldn't stop playing "words with friends." he also had choice words about the crew "early" this wednesday morning, december 7th, 2011. >>> good wednesday morning. i'm erica hill. >> i'm chris wragge. >> nice to be sitting next to you again. >> good to be sitting next to you. >> boy, talk about the weather headed our way. >> yes. >> a winter blast headed for the east coast. at this hour, snow is falling as far south as memphis, tennessee. this is the same storm that c
lunch break combos, featuring texas toast half sandwiches. chili's lunch break combos. >>> here are some of the jokes that the politicians made that usually stay behind the scenes. >> it's a great cause and a great way to raise money having people fake money of themselves and laugh at each other. kind of, you know, it happens at the improv states here, i hope. >> here it is. here it is. what did the mother bullet say to the father bull sunset let's have a bebe! come on, let's have a bebe, right? nice clean fun. when you get married things change, you experience new things like abstinence. >> who would have thought newt gingrich's campaign would last longer than the kim kardashian marriage? anybody? >> i think the clear winner of the debates has been the faces ron paul makes. they have been truly, truly outstanding. if there is a close equal, it would be the looks of consternation and utter contempt that newt gingrich has for his rival. >> he promises a million new jobs if we pass the bill. and at least 50 of them would be in the u.s. >> like all of you, i've been watching the republican
texas toast half sandwiches. chili's lunch break combos. ♪ >>> look at has sunrise. coming up this morning, on "the early show," for two years he was on the run and now he is likely going to be spending a bit more time than that in prison. colton harris-moore heads to will reportedly plead guilty to dozens of charges. >> his bizarre crime spree finally led him to the bahamas in a stolen plane last year. you'll remember. we will check in on the barefoot bandit and tell you if their victims will ever get their money back. yeah, right? an important part of the equation. >> absolutely. we will have that and much more as we continue this morning. you're watching "the early show" on cbs. announcer: this portion of "the early show" sponsored by sargento. taste the real difference! [ female announcer ] holiday cards are not for sending. ♪ [ laughs ] [ laughs ] [ woman ] i want to see that. careful. careful. careful. good. ♪ [ female announcer ] they're for bringing us together. ♪ this holiday, select hallmark cards come postage-paid. - oh, we miss you, honey. - i'll be home soon
texas toast half sandwiches. chili's lunch break combos. >>> it's a great cause and a great way to raise money having people make fun of themselves and laugh at each other and kind of, you know, what happens at the improv stays here, i hope. all right, here it is. here it is. what did the merge bullet say to the father bullet? let's have a bebe! come on, let's have a bebe, right? nice, clean fun. come on! >> when you get married, things change. you experience new things like abstinen abstinence. >> who would have thought that newt gingrich would have lasted longer than kim kardashian and chris humphries. >> they have been truly outstanding. if there is a close equal, it would be the looks of consternation and utter contempt newt gingrich has for his rivals. >> obama adopts a bill. he promised a million new jobs if we can just pass it and at least 50 of them will be in the u.s. like all of you, i've been watching the republican primaries or i like to call them the race to be marco rubio's running mate. >> they are going to reassess the presidency? yeah, that's is like me saying i'm going
as the nominee of our party. >> reporter: and staying somewhat above the fray texas governor rick perry also on a bus tour argued he was the true conservative. >> why would you settle for anything less than an authentic conservative who will fight for your views and values without apology? >> now, all these candidates will be crisscrossing the state this week meeting with voters and dropping in on diners coffee shops. then it's all in the hopes of a strong finish for the first state for voting in 2012. erica? >> jan i'm going to take it from you real quick. we want to talk about mitt romney. he focused all of his attention for the most part on new hampshire and primary states. but his last-second retail politic push he's there and making himself available to the people of iowa. why the sudden shift? >> you know these candidates try to say that iowa doesn't matter and the pundits say iowa doesn't matter and doesn't reflect the broader republican population and socially conservative state, but at the ed, the first state and the candidates just can't stay away. no one
. >>> in suburban ft. worth, texas, a christmas murder mystery. seven people all believed related were found shot dead in an apartment. police say it appears they just opened their christmas gifts. it's believed that the gunman was among the dead. >>> the white house is condemning a series of christmas day bombing tampa baattacks acr nigeria. a radical muslim sect is claiming responsibility. >>> and suicide car bombs struck baghdad this morning. seven people were killed, 34 wounded. the bomb detonated at a checkpoint outside of the interior ministry office. the recent attacks have killed in are than 70. >>> help arrived this morning for a russian fishing ship stuck off ant artica. it has been trapped in ice for 10 days and has a hole in its >>> this morning, about one week >>> this morning about one week to go before congress heads back it work, we look ahead at politics in 2012. will the next president be able to break the log jam in congress? and will the supreme court's upcoming ruling on the obama health care law affect the race for the white house? it seems certain to. joining us to talk abo
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, texas, a christmas murder mystery. seven people, all believed to be related, shot dead in an apartment. police say it appears they just opened their christmas gifts and believed the gunman is among the dead. >>> in nigeria, 39 people were killed yesterday most in a blast outside of a catholic church after mass. a radical muslim sect is claiming responsibility. >>> a suicide car bomb struck baghdad this morning. seven people killed and 34 wounded. the bomb detonated as a checkpoint outside the interior minute city office. >>> help arrived this morning, for a russian fishing ship stuck off an arted antarctica. a vessel reached the ship today and will help retear that one-foot hole. >>> president obama met a very young admirer on christmas in hawaii. the president was posing for photographs when an 8-month-old baby put his hand in the president's mouth. mr. obama was visiting with u.s. marines and their families. i'm surprised the secret service didn't try to go after that baby there. >>> time for weather. now here's a look at what's going on outside your window. >p >>>> this morning, one
. get out of the office more often, with chili's $6 lunch break combos, featuring texas toast half sandwiches. chili's lunch break combos. >>> in 17 years on the supreme court justice stephen breyer served his share of controversial cases. he said when the high court decides an issue and we accept it, that says a lot about america. >> he discusses that and much more in his book "making our democracy work: a judge's view." now available in paperback. nice to have you with us this morning, sir. >> thank you. >> you do bring up interesting point even when there is so much discussion, heated many times over certain decisions, people follow. what is put out there? they don't riot. >> yes. >> no backing up. >> why do you think that is? >> it's a question of history. i mean, it's a very good question. why should americans enter a democracy due to nine unelected judges. it's worse than that. these nine elected officials can do thing that affect their lives and they can be very unpopular. they are supposed to be unpopular some of the time because the constitution gives rights to people who
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